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Location: New Ringgold, Pennsylvania
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, the U.S. architecture firm behind many glassy Apple stores (including that giant glass cube one on New York City's Fifth Avenue), designed this Pennsylvania retreat sitting on a 100-acre property and boasting expansive views of 1,000 more acres of meadows, mountains, and valleys. Like much of the firm's work, the 12,000-square-foot residence seeks a harmonious integration into its surroundings. From the materials used—mainly wood and stone—to the views framed, to the Asian-inspired courtyard garden, a wholly natural, ultra private getaway seems to be the ultimate promise.
Completed in the early aughts, the home with distinctive twin stone chimneys includes four bedrooms, six stone fireplaces, a gym, casino room, screening room, and pool. It also has a geothermal system in place and enjoys the light and warmth of its south-facing orientation.
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